Simyo coming in February with 4g bundle




Simyo, a virtual provider owned by KPN, introduced in February a bundle with 4g. According to a page on the site Simyo. It is for the first time that a virtual Hi provider can on our network to the 4G network.

Simyo Customers from mid-February to use the option, says Simyo in a post on the private forum. The beam can be turned on or off per month. How much it will cost, what the speed is and how much data customers get over, keep the virtual provider yet for itself.

Last week replied KPN is in response to questions from Tweakers that providers as Simyo and Telfort would admittedly be able to offer 4G subscriptions term but that “moment” would not happen. KPN offers self-4g since February this year. The network now covers a large part of the Netherlands and a few months should be nationwide. Besides, KPN and Hi Yes Telecom already had access to the 4G network.

Because Simyo a sim-only provider, users must own a device with 4G support or purchase to use 4g. Use Many recent high-end and midrange smartphones have that support, but older models and cheap smartphones do not. Simyo currently offers bundles up to 2.5 GB with a speed of 14.4 Mbit / s and an upload of 2Mbit / s.



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